November 15 – 17
For the fourth year, Telluride Mountainfilm returns to New York, bringing with it the energy of the outdoors and the power of movies that matter. Come to the Film Society of Lincoln Center for a weekend of outstanding adventure films, special guests and the indomitable spirit that Mountainfilm celebrates.
See three films or more and save with our Discount Package!
Sneak preview with filmmaker Jillian Schlesinger and producer Emily McAllister in person!
At the age of 14, Laura Dekker became the youngest person to sail around the world alone, seeking to experience the remote and wonderful corners of the planet.
Screening with: Cascada (Skip Armstrong & Anson Fogel, 8m)
Filmmaker Jordan Campbell and subjects John Dau, Julie Crandall, Alan Crandall, Roger Furlong, and David Reed in person!
Mountain climbing doctor Geoff Tabin travels to South Sudan to treat hundreds of people for curable blindness, but his triumph is tainted by ongoing conflict in the region.
Screening with: The Water Tower (Peter McBride, 27m)
Filmmaker David Morton in person!
High & Hallowed follows a team of Americans attempting to become the first from the U.S. to stand atop the world’s tallest mountain in May of 1963.
Screening with: 35 (Nasa Koski, Austin Siadak & Matt Van Biene, 5m) and Keeper of the Mountains (Allison Otto, 25m).
Honnold 3.0 is a portrait of a young climber vaulted into the spotlight who must balance his ambitions with self-preservation under a new set of expectations.
Screening with: A New Perspective (Corey Rich, 10m) and The Kyrgyzstan Project (Jim Alkman a & Matt Segal, 20m)
Filmmakers Dave Ohlson and Andy McDonough, producer Jason Reid and subject Fabrizio Zangrilli in person!
This gripping documentary shows how hard it is for even the world’s finest alpinists to climb K2, where for every four people who have reached summit, one has died trying.
Screening with: Sea of Rock (Sebastian Doerk, 12m)
Running Blind filmmaker Ryan Suffern and subject E.J. Scott in person!
Inge Wegge and Jørn Ranum spent nine months of the year north of the Arctic Circle in Norway testing a hypothesis that they could live happily, and even comfortably, off the waste of others.
Screening with: SLOMO (Joshua Izenberg, 17m) and Running Blind (Ryan Suffern, 32m)
Filmmaker Chris Alstrin in person!
Bloody knuckles, all-out grunt sessions and willful participation in pain characterize this documentary about the world of off-width crack climbing and two British climbers who love it.
Screening with: Je Veux (Joachim Hellinger, 13m) and The Gimp Monkeys (Fitz Cahall & Mikey Schaefer, 8m)